Virginia Moore LeJeune
June 19, 1944 – April 24, 2019
Virginia Moore LeJeune, 74, a retired school bus driver, a former cosmetologist, legal secretary and a longtime resident of Ventress, La passed away April 24th. She was no stranger to hard work and fought a good fight. She never met a stranger, would give you the shirt off her back and a good tongue lashing if she felt you needed it, and sometimes just for the hell of it. But beneath all of that was a kind, loving and supportive woman. She loved going to her grandsons sporting events, the granddaughter’s music recitals, travel, good food, casinos and anything LSU sports. She is preceded in death by her father Everette E Moore Sr, mother Mildred Bates Day, sisters Patsy Ruth Moore, Vicki Day and Carolyn Stafford, daughter Mildred Delaine Cooke Jarreau and step-daughter Ester Lynn LeJeune. She is survived by her son Kurt LeJeune, grandson whom she raised Jason Paul Jarreau, brother Everette E Moore Jr “Buddy” and girlfriend Kim Brooks, sister Clyta Jenkins, stepson Billy Curtis LeJeune and fiancé Vickie Rush, Stepdaughters Delores Schexneider and husband Trae, Rose Gonzales and husband Ron. Grandchildren Tyler, Benjamin and Matthew LeJeune, Mary Major and Addison Schexneider. Memorial service will be held at Greenoaks Funeral Home on Florida Blvd May 18th. Visitation @ 9am with service @ 10am. In leu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to an organization that was of importance to her. Oxford House, Inc. 1010 Wayne Ave, Ste 300 Silver Spring, MD 20910. Please reference Virginia LeJeune Memorial Donation.
- Visitation Saturday, May 18, 2019
- Memorial Service Saturday, May 18, 2019
Virginia Moore LeJeune
May 17, 2019
I love you forever. You made me feel oh so special; as you'd say the coolest kid on the block. You made such an impact on me and I think about you oh so often. My love and my thoughts to your family for missing such a wonderful heart as yourself. Thank you for the love and memories that wont ever be forgotten. #95 you were the best one. xoxoxo!
May 16, 2019
My memories of Mrs Virginia are going to be everlasting, I spent a week with her and Jason on a 7 day cruise in the Caribbean. We had so much fun.
This lady cared so much about everyone she ever encountered unless she didn’t like you (and you knew right away if she didn’t) but for those that she did like (most people) she just showered with love. I was definitely blessed to be loved by Virginia.
May you Rest In Peace my lady. (I love you and I’ll be watching after Jason for you. XOXO)